This mask is great for dry or dehydrated skin, giving an intensive moisture boost. You can leave it on for 10 minutes and then wash off, or as I prefer to do, leave on overnight for a deeper effect. You'll wake up with baby soft, plump skin. £32.50 100ml
Best exfoliation: REN Glycolactic mask
There's a reason this mask has a cult following. It gets rid of dead skin cells effectively using natural fruit acids, leaving you with a fresh-faced complexion and with no need for face scrubs. It's sticky, smells like oranges and can be used 1-2 times per week. Expect a slight tingle when using it. I have reasonably sensitive skin and I'm fine with this, but do a patch test first. £30 50ml
Best clarifying mask: Amie Spring Clean Clay Mask*
Who doesn't love a good clay mask (I love them, especially for making funny faces in the mirror when they start to dry out)! Amie's offering is great for oilier skin, or just for skin in need of a bit of decongesting. I like to use it once a week for a deep clean, and often follow up with the Jurlique Rose Moisturing Cream Mask. It's budget friendly at just £4.99 a tube, but can also be bought in sachets if you fancy trying first.
Best for variety: Apivita
With over 10 types of masks for all skin concerns Apivita have something for everyone they also come in handy sachet sizes as well as full size tubes so you can try out the range without spending a fortune. My favourites are the Aloe Mask*, which hydrates and soothes and the Honey Mask for nourishment. £3 for 2 x 8ml sachets
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